Uncover the Mysteries of Bhutan

Kaleidoscopic world of mountains and monasteries

Delhi - 2 N, Thimphu - 2 N, Gangtey - 2 N, Punakha - 2 N, Paro - 3 N

Bhutan is known as one of the happiest places in the world. Its own government is intently focused on measuring and maintaining the happiness of its people.

In this breathtaking journey, you’ll discover why this land has inspired such joy from its locals. From the spectacular mountain scenery to glistening rivers, lush valleys and wild jungles, Bhutan will truly captivate your soul. You’ll discover the rich traditional way of life which the Bhutanese still live by, and its deep Buddhist spirituality through its historical fortresses and temples.

In its small and charming cities, you’ll get the opportunity to meet some of the happy locals, learn their unique cultures and traditions and come away with cherished memories of the happiest place on earth.

Journey - 11 Nights

  • Day 01 - Arrive Delhi
  • Day 02 - Delhi
  • Day 03 - Fly Delhi - Paro - Drive to Thimphu
  • Day 04 - Thimphu
  • Day 05 - Drive Thimphu - Gangtey
  • Day 06 - Gangtey
  • Day 07 - Drive Gangtey - Punakha
  • Day 08 - Punakha
  • Day 09 - Drive Punakha - Paro
  • Day 10 - Paro
  • Day 11 - Paro
  • Day 12 - Paro - Departure

Highlights

  • Explore the historical monuments of Delhi - the capital of India.
  • Traverse through Bhutan’s many sacred sites.
  • Learn the techniques of archery.
  • Hike to majestic ‘Tiger’s Nest’ monastery.
  • Visit spectacular “dzongs” fortresses and temples.
  • Take a closer look at Bhutanese art forms.
  • Walk the largest suspension bridge in a remote village.
  • Meet the happy Bhutanese people as you immerse yourself in its culture and traditions.
Uncover the Mysteries of Bhutan

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  • Between February to May and September to November is the best time to visit Bhutan

    Dzongkha is the official language of the country. English is widely spoken as it is the medium of instruction in schools.

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    Except for Indians, Bangladeshis, and Maldivians, all other nationalities require a visa to enter Bhutan

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